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Auxmaulous wrote:
Fallen_Mage wrote:
Auxmaulous wrote:


Bookstore owner - "What am I, an idiot? I'm makin' a buck here. You want books, I got books. I got chicken blood, I got dog embryos, I got black candles, I got wolf-bane. Look at this: Silver bullets. Some joker ordered them. Thirty-ought-six.... . Never picked 'em up."
The Howling

The beauty about this one - from a gaming perspective that is that this guy is complaining about a special order of silver bullets and they were never picked up. Almost as if the person who made the order was an agent, investigator or envoy (thinking Chill or Call of Cthulhu rpgs) and needed the bullets to kill a werewolf, who in turn got him first.

It's a small thing - but the DM in me picked up that line and I let my imagination run with it.

Yeah I often thought similair thoughts about that scene...what is the untold story...


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PsychoticWarrior wrote:
Aranna wrote:

"Earth, man. What a $hit hole."

Heavy Metal?

Alien Resurrection.


"And Phil? I will drop-kick those $%^&ing dogs if they come near me."


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Bruunwald wrote:
PsychoticWarrior wrote:
Aranna wrote:

"Earth, man. What a $hit hole."

Heavy Metal?

Alien Resurrection.

Yes it is Alien Resurrection, not Heavy Metal.


Ok now one that might be a bit harder:

"Wait a minute... nice boys don't kiss like that."

"Oh, yes, they f~!%ing do."


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"I take him fishing, and he goes hunting for Trolls."

"Trolls are real. They steal your socks. But only left ones, what's with that?"


Jaelithe wrote:

Nobody knows ...

"It's all right, he's one of us."
"One of us? He looks like three of us!"

Really?

I'll add another from the same film.

"You speak treason!"
"Fluently."

Huh, that sounds familiar...

The problem, I suspect, is that most people don't have movies from the 30s and 40s memorized, regardless of the presence or absence of Errol Flynn. ;)

(I recognized the "three" line, but I'd totally forgotten where it came from.)

Fallen_Mage wrote:

"I take him fishing, and he goes hunting for Trolls."

"Trolls are real. They steal your socks. But only left ones, what's with that?"

How to Train Your Dragon

An amazing film. :D


Tacticslion wrote:
Jaelithe wrote:

Nobody knows ...

"It's all right, he's one of us."
"One of us? He looks like three of us!"

Really?

I'll add another from the same film.

"You speak treason!"
"Fluently."

Huh, that sounds familiar...

Heh. I forget things ... lots of things. :)

"Errol Flynn" is a great clue.


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Bruunwald wrote:
"And Phil? I will drop-kick those $%^&ing dogs if they come near me."

Magnolia.

Liberty's Edge

"It's my birthday tomorrow."


Ok Hint number 3. Wow either this is a tough one or I am the only one who liked this movie.

"Before I was the Thumbprint Killer, Mr. Smith, I killed a lot of people in a lot of different ways. "

Hint: One of the characters is just in the mind of the main character.
Hint: Kevin Costner is in it.
Hint: Willaim Hurt played the afore mentioned imaginary character.


Here is another one...

"How do you f@#$ that up?"


Quote:

Ok Hint number 3. Wow either this is a tough one or I am the only one who liked this movie.

"Before I was the Thumbprint Killer, Mr. Smith, I killed a lot of people in a lot of different ways. "

Hint: One of the characters is just in the mind of the main character.
Hint: Kevin Costner is in it.
Hint: Willaim Hurt played the afore mentioned imaginary character

If im not mistaken the title is just "Mr. Smith" the one where Kevin Costner is a serial killer.

EDIT: it is Mr. Brooks


Ruick wrote:
Quote:

Ok Hint number 3. Wow either this is a tough one or I am the only one who liked this movie.

"Before I was the Thumbprint Killer, Mr. Smith, I killed a lot of people in a lot of different ways. "

Hint: One of the characters is just in the mind of the main character.
Hint: Kevin Costner is in it.
Hint: Willaim Hurt played the afore mentioned imaginary character

If im not mistaken the title is just "Mr. Smith" the one where Kevin Costner is a serial killer.

EDIT: it is Mr. Brooks

You are correct. 'Mr. Smith' was a cgaracter played by Dane Cook who was a wannabe serial killer. So that is where that comes from I think.


Tacticslion wrote:

The problem, I suspect, is that most people don't have movies from the 30s and 40s memorized, regardless of the presence or absence of Errol Flynn. ;)

Hey let him keep quoting from super old movies, it makes me feel like a kid in here.


John Kretzer wrote:
...Dane Cook...

Am I the only person who doesn't think Dane Cook's stand-up is even remotely funny?


Let's see who gets this one:

"Gaskill, you must listen to me. Down here, we have solved one half of the equation, we convert matter into energy. Up there, they have the other half, they convert energy into matter."

It's been a while since I've seen the movie, so it may not be completely accurate.

Liberty's Edge

Shadowborn wrote:


"It’s not my g%%*$*n planet. Understand, monkey boy?"

Buckaroo Banzai


And here's an example of LN stupid...

"And you haven't even been out of jail for 24 hours. He's habitual, Hershey. Automatic 5 year sentence. How do you plead? "

"Not guilty? "

"I knew you'd say that. "

"5 years? No! No! I had no choice! They were killing each other in there! "

"You could have gone out the window. "

"40 floors? It would have been suicide! "

"Maybe, but it's legal. "

Sovereign Court

"How the generator"?
"It's gone; McReady"
"Can it be fixed"
"It's GONE"!

Dark Archive

Cylerist wrote:

"How the generator"?

"It's gone; McReady"
"Can it be fixed"
"It's GONE"!

The Thing (carpenter)


Jaelithe wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
...Dane Cook...
Am I the only person who doesn't think Dane Cook's stand-up is even remotely funny?

NOPE!

(But... uh... that could just be because I've never actually watched his stand-up, thus I don't think it's funny.)

:)

Aranna wrote:
Hey let him keep quoting from super old movies, it makes me feel like a kid in here.

Hey, I love the quotes. I even recognize most of them... part of the way. The problem is that I haven't seen them in the last, oh, say, fifteen-to-twenty years myself.

In general, they're great, though, once I do remember 'em. Highly recommended.


"It's better to burn than to fade away"

"You have broken what could not be broken"


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limsk wrote:

"It's better to burn than to fade away"

"You have broken what could not be broken"

the first one is highlander


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limsk wrote:

"It's better to burn than to fade away"

"You have broken what could not be broken"

Second one is Excalibur.


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Quote:

"And you haven't even been out of jail for 24 hours. He's habitual, Hershey. Automatic 5 year sentence. How do you plead? "

"Not guilty? "

"I knew you'd say that. "

"5 years? No! No! I had no choice! They were killing each other in there! "

"You could have gone out the window. "

"40 floors? It would have been suicide! "

"Maybe, but it's legal. "

"Judge Dread" with Stallone. Every time I see a character with a LN in the alinment block or hear a referance to hellknights I hear "I AM THE LAW!" in the signature Stallone voice lol.


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Jaelith wrote:

Nobody knows ...

"It's all right, he's one of us."
"One of us? He looks like three of us!"

Really?

I'll add another from the same film.

"You speak treason!"
"Fluently."

Well in a Errol Flynn film "he looks like three of us!" must be referring to Alan Hale Sr., and there's treason taking place, but it's not The Sea Hawk 'cause I do have that pretty much memorised, so its probably The Adventures of Robin Hood.


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The Purity of Violence wrote:
Jaelith wrote:

Nobody knows ...

"It's all right, he's one of us."
"One of us? He looks like three of us!"

Really?

I'll add another from the same film.

"You speak treason!"
"Fluently."

Well in a Errol Flynn film "he looks like three of us!" must be referring to Alan Hale Sr., and there's treason taking place, but it's not The Sea Hawk 'cause I do have that pretty much memorised, so its probably The Adventures of Robin Hood.

It is ... but it refers to Friar Tuck, not Little John. :)


"Can Saxons fight?"
"All day and through the night!"

Sovereign Court

Who says you have to be hungry to have a doughnut? Doesn't make it taste any better.

Liberty's Edge

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"Knight": "Why should I take off my helmet?"

Princess: "To kiss me."

"Knight": "What! That wasn't in the job description!"

"Steed": "Maybe it's a perk!"


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lucky7 wrote:

"Knight": "Why should I take off my helmet?"

Princess: "To kiss me."

"Knight": "What! That wasn't in the job description!"

"Steed": "Maybe it's a perk!"

This can only be Shrek!

Liberty's Edge

That it is!

"I held him in my arms...and kissed him!"

"I see, so it was murder!"


"A shadow shall fall over the universe.
And evil shall grow in its path.
And death will come from the skies."


Randarak wrote:

"A shadow shall fall over the universe.

And evil shall grow in its path.
And death will come from the skies."

Heavy Metal?


limsk wrote:
"It's better to burn than to fade away"

Hey Hey My My (Into the Black)


lucky7 wrote:

That it is!

"I held him in my arms...and kissed him!"

"I see, so it was murder!"

Duck Soup


Jaelithe wrote:
Randarak wrote:

"A shadow shall fall over the universe.

And evil shall grow in its path.
And death will come from the skies."
Heavy Metal?

Yes. And now, a very, very easy one:

"I am General Zod. Your ruler. Yes, today begins a new order. Your lands, your possessions, your very lives, will gladly be given in tribute to me, General Zod. In return for your obedience, you will enjoy my generous protection. In other words, you will be allowed to live."


Randarak wrote:
Jaelithe wrote:
Randarak wrote:

"A shadow shall fall over the universe.

And evil shall grow in its path.
And death will come from the skies."
Heavy Metal?

Yes. And now, a very, very easy one:

"I am General Zod. Your ruler. Yes, today begins a new order. Your lands, your possessions, your very lives, will gladly be given in tribute to me, General Zod. In return for your obedience, you will enjoy my generous protection. In other words, you will be allowed to live."

Sounds like the utterly forgettable Man of Steel.

(I certainly don't remember it from Superman II, so if it's from that, I'll be a little surprised.)

Heh. Whoops. :)


Be surprised then, as its from Superman II. :-)


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Randarak wrote:
Be surprised then, as its from Superman II. :-)

Yeah. I looked it up after guessing, hence the added, "Heh. Whoops." :)

I tried this one above:

"Can Saxons fight?"
"All day and through the night!"

Here's another from the same film:

"My heart is breaking, Father."
"My heart broke long ago. But it serves me still."


Sebastrd wrote:
lucky7 wrote:

That it is!

"I held him in my arms...and kissed him!"

"I see, so it was murder!"

Duck Soup

Hee hee!

It's funny how many of these I don't recognize and then, as soon as I can place it with a voice, go [facepalm].


Jaelithe wrote:
Randarak wrote:
Be surprised then, as its from Superman II. :-)

Yeah. I looked it up after guessing, hence the added, "Heh. Whoops." :)

I tried this one above:

"Can Saxons fight?"
"All day and through the night!"

Here's another from the same film:

"My heart is breaking, Father."
"My heart broke long ago. But it serves me still."

I won't lie, I had to look it up. Ivanhoe


"This plant has been extinct for 60 billion years!"
"Yeah? Well, I ain't ever seen one before..."


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"I'm worried, Ray. It's getting crowded in there and all my data points to something big on the horizon."

"
What do you mean, big?
"

"Well, let's say this Twinkie represents the normal amount of psychokinetic energy in the New York area. Based on this morning's sample, it would be a Twinkie... thirty-five feet long, weighing approximately six hundred pounds."


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Ghostbusters!


mmmm twinkies...


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Black Dougal wrote:

"I'm worried, Ray. It's getting crowded in there and all my data points to something big on the horizon."

"
What do you mean, big?
"

"Well, let's say this Twinkie represents the normal amount of psychokinetic energy in the New York area. Based on this morning's sample, it would be a Twinkie... thirty-five feet long, weighing approximately six hundred pounds."

"That's a big Twinkie." :D


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"Oh, look, that's Peter Colt, the new pro—once ranked seventeenth in the world."

"Eleventh!"


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"Nice beaver!"
"Thank you, I just had it stuffed."

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